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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 7 December 1898

Christmas I Will boon be Here< "We invite our patr-ms to call at the Store { now- -today, and do what purchasing that can be { done and avoid the great rush which will he on ( vlb. Buy your Ribbons and Silks for Fancy Work. { Buy the present now that you expect to make. Do ( not d lay for the last moment. ( 500 dozen Ladies' and Gents' Handkerchiefs ( 100.pairs Blankets of the best values 50 cents ( pairtofl " ( Ladies' Jackets, Black Kersey $1.98. { Ladies' Jackets, Black Kersey, silk lining $6. ( Germantown Yarns and Zephrys. ( Slippers and Wool Soles. Leggins of all ( kix'ds. Gome: Quick. ( <J. F. ROWE,; lO Queed ??treef, Hampfon?Va ( i S. J. rown & Co Dealers In Land. Office nd Residence Opposite Poplar Avenue, Phoebus, Virginia. NOTARY WITH SEAL. Lock Box 225 Hampton, fa. 1 On the Back River Road to the Right S50 feet from the C. & O. Railroad tracks, signs 11 around it, we have 100 Lota or more graded, laid out In streets, 300 tree...

Publication Title: Daily Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 7 December 1898

BER EXPORTS. Month Shows Increase a year Ago. i f exports from this port l f No\ ;mbcr was S2.611. little more than was hardly up to what was j h exceeding the am.unit | for the same month in 1 It was, however, be- ] nt for October $1SS,749. rising or unexpected, as October generally do the succeeding month, en, Hour heads the list, and then wheat, ''.hi? es a good showing, and Show a significant list is as follows: ",440 27.4S0 bfactured), 1.100 . 0.2X4 . l.fi'.lS jicturings . 4.:siS .$2,riOS,fi37 forts . 2.C54 Ibrts.$2,011,201 |e to his company or wilh ompany a chance to lie i Council, he said, could not ^section of the report re 'Company with justice to to the suit brought anlinst hfi Newport News and old !y Company, Mr. Sogar ex |lt was a question whether could sue the contractors the city. The suit against [brought, he said, t<.vor letting the city recover Itractors. rtors, he said, had assigned (fa and prospective etirn partles. The city bad Its over the assignees, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 8 December 1898

kflsmlate? I Press I DteD?iG&es | VOL. i1 1,IsO. 292^ i?MMOTH DEALS One Hundred and Seven Lots in One Transaction, THIRiY-FIVE IN ANO.HER Between Seventy.five anil Ksghtj-flv Building? lo lie Brctnl, Inducing ? Twenty House Itrlck llloek. KxHu.p'c or th-r Activity. One or the largest, if net the largest transactions in real estate in th? his? tory of Newport News was consum? mated yesterday, when the Cottrell Real Estate. Insurance and Loan Compan and a number of their clients acting through them, became the owners of one hundred and seven lots in North End. the other side of the shipvard on the west side of Lafayette avmu? be? tween Forty-second and Forty-sixth etreets,_^coniprising nearly five block.?. This property was purchased from the Old Dominion Land Company at a price approximating JS0.000. and in the next few months there will be erected upon these lots between fifty ani1 sixty build? ings which will cost in the aggregate hardly less than a half a hundred thou?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 8 December 1898

u ] -ike it] ber, it W?s upo? 1h : I *? I*? **43**? OL TRAMP, ow giving the rall : of trouble and to ng: rides on the kept busy at times, drummer, who was *v days ago brought Kn that's worth the nearing Hungary when the trainmen ?night of the turn In the rear car. enalled to stop and rently but firmly As the train start In took his seat in ?dging process was tame effect several engineer suggested old the tramp until Jtion. Tlie plan but unfortunately l faster than the i that panting ofll the rapidly moving is serenely perched ihouting to his em man. if you expect this train.' As the ?s not to throw the :he cars are in mo Ing to be done but J to continue his CTION SALE. ere was an auction furniture, kitchen ;hina wares, feather ?e:.i, shaving mugs igs belonging to a ken up housekcep e advertisement, l All the ladies ,n P, except four who ave nome and one Ing the ad. There ?dies who hovered ds and poked holes parasols: young bought imitation nd plaster paris full well that they ; home...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 8 December 1898

SS. J 2-o\A/n c& ?Zo Dealers In Land. Office nd Residence Opposite Poplar I Avenue. Phoebus, Virginia. NOTARY WITH SEAL. Lock Box 225 Hampton. Va. On the Back River Road to the Right 250 feet from the C. & O. Railroad i tracks, signs 11 around it, we have 100 Lots or more graded, laid out In ! streets, 300 trees planted; look at It. We call It '?Heinic^e?;^, If you want an honest bargain ta lots, to speculate, or build, see Mr. Helnickel. the Baker of Phoebus, or come to me. Either of us will put you on the ground floor, aa to prices, i Thar* can be no "handicaps" or "baok caps" about this. W? will ??!! the first few lots at cost, and give you your own terms. This property Is owned by A. Heinlckel and the undersigned. S. J. PHONE 453 PHOEBUS. VA LOCK BOX 225 HAMPTON, VIRGINIA Gco. ML Peek (Mem. A. sr"M. B.) MeGlianlcal and Civil EnQineerl Installation and tests of gaa and steam engines, boilers and electrical machin? ery. Surveys, maps, plats, estimates on ex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 8 December 1898

?ER TOj RETIRE. Resting Gracefully Down His Sword, lelegraph.) ,' ;l>ec, 7.?Major Gcn ably has seen his last the United States the War Department talk with Secretary pt General Corbin. 11 t*he will be relieved ve duty unless there war. but that he wiil ive list of the Unit, ,1 irmy until that army SX; the service by tin tee. This privilege is ]ln recognition of his ices and will leave free to exercise bis 'rnber of the House of firing this session, [if the Fourth Corns, fe at Huntsvillc. Ala. porarily by Generai understood that ?(ru? he the permanent Instead of assuming the Second Corps, Jer orders to i? ESERVE COUPS Jps" is known as a re up' to this time has ,looking to the move ion in garrison duty. ?Var Department ihn: en made in the pur jmerit respecting these as laid down in or? bed at the date of is now in process of , x likelihood of change der is In the quest lot' umber of soldiers to rison.s in view of fa. >ming to the depart. le temper of the ' li? fe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 9 December 1898

I Associated I Prr-ss VOL. Ill, jSQ. 293. BL00DFIE1D AFIRE Two Disastrous Conf!agra-| tions Across the Railroad. A HUNDR: D HOMELESS Nearly a Sc?ir.i or ISuintlnga ?.? Up I. Smoke Flnit Fire. .lu?' Herrn-.- Niton, Thought, to be R-gpouslblo for the Second. Two of the most densely populated portions of Bloodfield were burned out yesterday, with an aggregate property loss of about $6,000. ' The dual conflagrations rendered over a hundred people, practically all ne? groes, homeless and destroyed nearly all of their belongings. The first fire occurred about noon, originating in the second tloor of a house on Ivy avenue, near the office of | Justice Jones, owned by a colored v man named Virginia Harris, who liv on the second floor. Charles Holzvetg kept a grocery on the first floor. The usual defective flue theory is advanced as the reason for the catastrophe. The building went down before the I flames In a marvelously short time and they spread to the adjoininghous?, which | was occupie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 9 December 1898

stly Ac Did, of the *y things ?? of day. *ut when; It has ! 5>me time j egularly j perating ' and re confirm ; the po mber of od, the one that as been the po a mem itsociation, ?he is re amount drinking when a friends, jjallzation. _ robbed in valued d at $125. $50. strange "irters and tely took ueted the le jewelry "rs. Th thing was a light on Virginia tydquarters I?Ida that a ihini in his was very S- to aid In ^ious man arrested, the man name as jjrmed him -ielf under i n 2716 YfabhiDRbn Avance and 28th St. &e>&o w-^^? An Event! pianned for, prepared for. Bet? ter planned for, better prepared for than ever be? fore. ( hristmas stock complete ; carefully bought, to be rightly sold. The store decked in its brightest garb and wear? ing its brightest smile bids yuo cordial wolcrme. Detail* Concerning' this handsome collection of Christmas merchandise are impossible. Only a few hinto, a few suggestions to emphasize the fact that this storo ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 9 December 1898

S??. * J rown &?? Deaiers In Land? Office nd Residence Oppo3tte PopJar Avenue. Phoebus. Virginia. NOTARY WITH SEAL. Lock Box 225 Hampton. Va. On the Back River Road to the Right 360 feet from the C. & O. Railroad tracks, signs 11 around it, we have 100 Lots or more graded, laid out in streets. 300 trees planted; look at It. We call It "Heinickel" If you want an honest bargain In lots, to speculate, or build, see Mr. Helnickel. the Baker of Phoebus, or come to me. Either of us will put you on the ?round floor, as to prices. There can be no "handicaps" or "bask caps" about this. We win ,a the first few lots at cost, and give you your own terms. This property is owned by A. Helnickel and the undersigned. 8. J. Brown <S Co., PHONE 153 PHOEBUS. TJL. LOCK BOX 225 HAMPTON, VI RG1 N IA Geo. IVI. Peek. (Mem. A. S. M. E.) MeGnanical an?Givil Enoineer Installation and tests of gas and steam engines, boilers and electrical machin? ery. Surveys, maps, plats, es...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 9 December 1898

f\S YOU {lantic ! ^ S port. ' LIKE IT ujy left I with U tow. e Har E broke tm ofT hailed py the Handed i >re and nd the ? barge I con -afety. c barge loal in ailk, is ? some c lights is. Did his nlel I. ?wport where tx was before ??e and Charge. :s wife sie was ne left I (od field Iro boy 'd Ben ?>n the >. His "uilt of ^iar: a Lden & Articles 'led up it con ,.ke the 'y and * to its is In isslon. and ' direc I. Rid id lay tieeting 'preach 1 Llps ta, and r-e ar ccharge !'ork in , at I ho 1 where ?Ml last 'oi that ,teamer city which hs ago indred. .ee and 3. eles pf boxing nd Kid Lenox ary 10. iclplas. of $20, )tS eX RKET. ?Dull; and mmi: lamplo, <: Jari iSouth <j 0RLAND0--A? I emonb r, it wilupoi *h s ? ' fashion, A ^ (A'-T 1 SC KSK 1. : A MATTER OF ANCIENT HISTORY. | The recent baseball contci euces held! in Noil'..Ik and Richmond, which cul? minated in the formation of a State Oogue.awakened in me ,i desire tolearn I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 10 December 1898

i fcscclated 1 ! Prtss f VOL. III, ISO. 294. SWEET HOME: Louisville Legion Arrived from Porto Rico. AN UNEVENTFUL VOYAGE General Brook? ?nd l'-r? ual st ff A n one Those on Hoard u.e Itrrlln. Krgliui-m Will Ltavr Sc.mo T nif Today. Kecrptlou Coiimil t>e II?rt-. The United States transport Berti... having on board Major General Brooke and staff and the First Kentucky Reg? iment, or the Loyal Legion, "as it is lovingly called by its friends in the Blue Grass State, arrived at Newrpot News at 1:30 o'clock yesterday after? noon. Of the thirteen hundred of brave boys in blue who sailed from this port to Porto Rico four months ago there re? turned but eleven hundred. The oth *r two hundred are sick, convalescing or dead. Of the latter there are but eigh? teen, counting from the time the regi? ment left here. Of the sick. a score were left in Porto Rico, seven were brought home on the transport I and were yesterday transferred to the j Josiah Simpson government hospital. The res...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 10 December 1898

4 BRIGHT GEMS IN OUR ITT ON SALIC FOR THE FI 11ST TIME THIS WEEK. TOP GOATS Nobby a>;d Stylish. Handsomely Tailored WOUbD B& CH&flP f\T TWELVE. GflRMbNTS O PROT&GT YOU FROM OOLD STORM GOATS Ex<ra Long Cas;im~re Lined 8.1 THE BANNERCLOTHI R 2606 VA/ashingion avenue. PU?E ICE, I ARC, ZC ???,,?,? .??_ , ... Incandescent and RhiilMf BHD ?fiflIL. ? Bell Wiring done GOLD f TORROE, 'on short notice. ARC. LIGHTS Inspection guar^ Inoanflcsceiit. LUjlits, antecd. Eiecinc ono mmm MOTOR \mmU] Electric Lights; No Dirt, No Odor. No Matches. POWER.] -PMONB 2516. I Peninsula Electric Light and Power Co. { NEWPORT XEWS, VA. ' ?? ! ^ (Hoeril of Din-ctorc meet third Tuesday In each month.) i^HESAPEAKE .v OHIO TIA IL WAT \J FOR RICHMOND, WASHING? TON, CINCINNATI^. LOUISVILLE CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS. &C. Schedule In Efreejt Nov. 13, 1S9S. WESTBOUND. | Nu. 1 | No. 3 " l.v. Newport News ...I 3 l.vimj 4 7.1pm Ar Richmond .j 1J 30ain| 6 00pm I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 10 December 1898

S. J roWH &Co Dealers In Lnnd. Office nd Residence Opposite Poplar Avenue. Phoebus. Virginia. NOTARY WMH SEAL. Lock Box 225 Hampton. Va. On the Back River Road to the Right 250 feet from the C. & O. Railroad tracks, signs 11 around it, we have 100 Lots or more graded, laid out in streets. 300 trees planted; look at It. "We call it "Heinickel" If you want an honest bargain In lots, to speculate. or build, see Mr. Heinickel, the Baker of Phoebus, or come to me. Either of us will put you on the ground floor, as to pricws. There can be no "handicaps" or "baek caps" about this. We win ?ll the first few lots at cost, and give you your own terms. This property is owned by A. Hejnickel and the undersigned. 8. J.Brown & Co., PHONE 453 PHOEBUS. VA. LOCK BOX 225. HAMPTON, VIRGINIA Geo. 1YL Peek. (Mem. A. S. M. E.) MeclianiGal and Glvi! EnQineer Installation and tests of gas and steam engines, boilers and electrical machin? ery. Surveys, maps, plats, estimate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 10 December 1898

i TIT F. NEW JAIL. This Mr. Siniih Arrived and Will Have the Work I! ?111. at (Hue. t ex- Work "ii rIi-- new eitv jail will prob to be nblv begin todav. The llrst thing to b.-I The .'one. of couisc. is the digging of the first foundations, win. b will take several s for ,irivs. after whieh tie- structure will bo? le In K|? ,,, j-,, u?. liod. . are s to is of I rial .m if everytfih g goi s rl! hav. tile build ears ? ,?.. ,,?,,,.,. ,.f i? ?,j,.,v .h.VS The g toj i-roik xcel I take ?urge <;. Smith, son of tl.on .Mr. It. F. Smith, of Washing Ived here vesteruay to take irge of il,.? work, have hiost of tl .-I structural I is now slor d. This mat. alerlal has ai in cars on the ;l 1 shall have i lirt te ? th. 1 hfl le In odav busi in put up it: tl rial will b< retidy ror It ory just as it in,I ami will .vn and shipped here, in- to make the exea p the brick work, as ?pared to go' to work Iking, il or Jf t he I Cal? ami llook tixtures. They on hand ready ill.- llUi'.Ui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 11 December 1898

VOL. Ill, ISO. 295. FROM DEATHS JAWS Crew of the Angie L. Green Saved in the Nick of Time. VESSEL WATER-LOGGED Thrilling and Uarlne K-bcu??i Set Sight? ed by the rii.m rs Pol t aa She Wits Goli.g Uovvii, Crew Brought to Till* Port. The most eloquent stories nre not nec? essarily those which adorn the pages of fiction. Often the scant scrawled pages of a sea captain's log contain passages more daring and thrilling than those to be found anywhere In the realm of imaginative literature. Such a page is that which is copied verba? tim form the log of the big freighter Pinner's Point, of the North American Transport Company's line, from Liver? pool to Norfolk, with a general cargo. Captain Jr-nkins broughf his magnifi? cent vessel to Newport News to take on grain, arriving here a little after -1 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Ab >ard bis ship were eight shipwrecked men. But first let the log page tell about It: "December 7. latitude IS2 degress. 24 minutes, north: longitude 6S de...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 11 December 1898

^the patriot Volunteers wlio y in their power. There Is re or less admiration for the : of the '"slick" swindler or for the bold highwayman his booty at tin. point of a the English language is Inad ixpress the loathing and con must be felt for these Inhu (res who are growing fat off ilood -if the American. |?. s from Hi.. Philippines arc |ltion of similar charg s fron, i does the administration try propose to do ah mt it ? en, who have grown rieh tiie soldiers at fabulous ies contributed to them t home i'i be permitted to .oid enjoy their Ill-gotten ley arc. the one great un Inexcusablo crime or the inpunished. and dishorn sl manity will bo recognized in s rather than vices of the mien. YOU LIKE !T| fls I ranicmbcr, it wai Lpunthis J( J5!,ion. %, {Al t 1. SI'K.VK I. jj II". CEEE1MUTIES. Ipull is my name: I the tiapers and fame. and free and my pen is on lap is my game. in a harrowing tale. I reek if th.Ii tor's neck himself put in jail. ibllco am I. le today passing by nice know, bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 11 December 1898

ill boon be Here < We invite our patrons to call at the Store ^ now?today, and do what purchasing; that can be \ done, and avoid the great rush which will be on t us. Buy your Ribbons and Silks tor Fancy Work. \ Buy the present now that you expect to make. Do \ not delay for the last moment ^ 500 dozen Ladies' and Gents' Handkerchiefs (j 100 pairs Blankets of the best values 50 cents $ pairto$4. (j Ladies' Jackets, Black Kersey $4.93. g Ladies' Jackets, Black Kt rsey. silk lining ^ Germantown Yarns and Zephrys. f] Slippers and Wool Soles. Leggins of all ^ kinds. Gome Quick ? I ? lO Queecl istre; t, Hampton,?a S3. J row/rc ?&Go Dealers In Land Office nd Residence Opposite Poplar Avenue. Phoebus, Virginia. NOTARY WITH SEAL. Lock Box 22a Hampton. Va. On the Hack River Road to the Right 250 feet from the C. & O. Railroad tracks, signs !1 around it, we have 100 Lots or more graded, laid out In streets, 300 trees planted; look at It. We call it "Heirtick...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 11 December 1898

IENT TELEGRAPH. to Experiment With the Lines in Cuba, ty Telegraph.) TON. Dec. 10.?General the Signal Corps, is pi (practical experience in t operation of the telegraph Ind Colonel Dunss-oody. one experienced and scientific branch of the service. |-red to Cuba to take charge sive network of telegraph island. ive Wednesday and will headquarters at Havana. Sout 2.000 miles (Jf telegraph I'ting the various main island, all owned by Spain [ft behind when evacuatii n I. it is presumed, these lines 11<? the Cuban government, ]tho tlnlted States military lie island, these 2.000 mil. s are,] for and operated led States forces. IlLS AND WIRES. ] By Telegraph.) (TON, Dee. 10.?The com Inted to Investigate the pos? it Porto Rico has made its I'ostmnsler-General Emory mail and telegraph services I under the same olllcials, vices having been consoll ?6 to reduce expenses. Va- I higher salaried places were | motions based on experienci y. In all there were nlnety ces In operation under ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 13 December 1898

I too I DISD?S t ITfiE I ;largest I CIRCULATION VOL. Ill, ISO. 29(5. NEWPORT NEWS, VA., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1898. PRICE S,NGL? COPY> T\fcO Cf NTS ONEWEtK, TEN CENTS PROF, BRUCH DEAD Passed Away Yesterday at Hi Home at indika. A LOW Bit CHA-ACTER He Wm ;Tli..iii;lil to be Keeoverlu?. ?u? peuHbiQ of Exercises at th? Military Ii? AcaoVney. I nnernl l<i Charon or (be PJthianH. The people of this city, and especially the patrons of the Newport News Mili? tary Academy, will learn with sincere sororw of the death of Professor N. M. Branch, at his home at Indika. Isle of Wight county, yesterday afternoon. Professor Branch was only about 30 years of age and was unmarried. He was a graduate of William and Mary College and taught for a year in Au? gusta county, near Staunton. He came to this city at the beginning of the second session of the Military Academy, and took the position of professor of French and eGrman. He also" taught book-keeping and was assistant pro Fren...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 13 December 1898

UBaniirniHnfia To a stlcklc-r for consistency, n nu-.st g?^?^????'?^*?*?*?^"?^ seem clear that the very same argu- , ments so clearly-set forth against the injustice of annexing the conquered ter- . ritory of Spain should apply with equal force to the territory wrung from the j Indians two or three centuries ago. ! SUil. our anti-expansion friends are not advocating a restoration of the Amer? ican continent to Its primitive owners. Gnat Reduction The American people have long been ? rnhinthn mvinced of the truth of the old say- 1 OUlUlliUlO thai ??!>..lilies makes strange t>ed-|? BI6B616-). but tin llr together is about eak that ever happened un politics. i ph. rship: ..? the Ml the belief iarth f. midst sh licet that Uncle thrilling will fall chemi msidc t Devil and selfish? ly r. < !oln Harvey's raising $150.000.000 ,? below par. j~ . - FACTS IX THE CASE. 1 1 >..ck ( y.mpany t.. Vickers' Sons <fc Max- i im, ..r Kngland. .Mr. C...

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